Pantogam (Hopantenic acid) is a nootropic, a central nervous system depressant that includes gamma-aminobutyric acid (GABA), acting directly cross the GABA-B receptor-channel complex. The country of Hopantenic acid’s origin is Japan, 1950s. Twenty years later, in the 1970s doctors in the Soviet Union started use this drug as a treatment of a few neurological disorders in kids and adult individuals.
40 years later the original Pantogam was modified by Russian scientists, called Pantogam Active (D, L-Hopanthenic acid, also known as N-pantoyl-GABA). The main difference is that the level of content of L-hopantenic acid is higher in Pantogam Active. Therefore, the effects became more prominent, in particular, anxiolytic, anti-amnesic and anticonvulsant.
- Increase mental and physical capacity
- Chronic fatigue
- Improve memory and focus.
- Organic brain syndrome
- Cerebrovascular insufficiency caused by atherosclerotic changes in brain’s vessels
- Extrapyramidal symptoms due to treatment with neuroleptics drug’s
- Epilepsy as a part of complex therapy
- Neurogenic bladder dysfunction
Country of origin: Russia
The research on NCBI proves that people taking Pantogam Active had significant reduction in both cognitive and anxiety disorders compared with the controls and in patients with a history of stroke. The positive dynamics was observed during the treatment period.